The Suffolk Journal

ATCK Fitness offers students a chance to stay active despite being remote

Suffolk students and instructor taking a
November 17, 2020

Boston-based studio ATCK Fitness and Suffolk University have teamed up to supply students with an alternative and remote fitness experience. “I got into it because my tennis season got cancelled and...

Suffolk Firsts: LGBTQ+ History Month

Courtesy of Moakley Archives & Institute
The first official Gay and Lesbian Association at Suffolk (GALAS) executive board. Standing (left to right): Dave DeMarco and Leo McNiff. Sitting: Garrison Smith.
April 17, 2020

Suffolk recognizes April as it’s Pride Month, so this article will shine a light on the LGBTQ+ community at Suffolk over the years.  The information below is all that is known. There were most likely...

Suffolk Firsts: Women’s History Month

Catherine Judge became the school’s first full-time professor in 1972, and became the first woman to receive tenure at the university two years later.
March 7, 2020

In the fourth part of this four-part series, which will come out in April, The Journal will celebrate Suffolk’s LGBTQ+ history in honor of Suffolk’s LGBTQ+ History Month. For Women’s History Month,...

Suffolk Firsts: Black History Month

Judge Ivorey Cobb receives an honorary degree from Suffolk in 1965
February 5, 2020

In the third part of this four-part series, which will come out in March, The Journal will showcase Suffolk’s first female students and staff in honor of Women’s History Month. When Black History...

Suffolk Firsts: back to our roots

Gleason Archer, the founder of Suffolk University
January 29, 2020

These graduates are only a handful of Suffolk firsts The Journal will present this semester. In the second part of this four-part series, which will come out next month, The Journal will showcase Suffolk’s...

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